OPW Fueling Components EMEA (former OPW Fueling Components Europe) is proud to announce that its Total Vapour Solution™ (TVS) vapour-recovery system has been chosen as one of only 25 products to be included in the Automechanika “Green Directory.”
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– August 18, 2010 – OPW Fueling Components EMEA (former OPW Fueling Components Europe) is proud to announce that its Total Vapour Solution™
(TVS) vapour-recovery system has been chosen as one of only 25 products to be included in the Automechanika “Green Directory.”
This guide lists the top sustainable products and services on display at Automechanika in Frankfurt 2010, the world’s largest trade fair for the automotive industry (www.automechanika.messefrankfurt.com
“We are very proud and honored that the TVS has been selected for inclusion in Automechanika’s prestigious Green Directory together with products of other very prestigious brands from the industry,” said Carman Kobza, Managing Director for OPW Fueling Components EMEA. TVS highlights OPW’s commitment to “green” products and to minimize the release of any harmful emissions into the environment at fuel stations.
The TVS will be on display at Automechanika in OPW’s Booth C41, Hall 10.0.
The TVS has gained the attention of the industry because it is the most effective way to convert vapours into salable fuel and to prevent vapour from venting into the atmosphere at retail and commercial fueling locations. The key to the operation of the TVS is its unmatched ability to maintain proper vapour pressure in the underground storage tanks and at specific pre-determined pressure settings, while processing vapours back into liquid that is returned to the UST as saleable fuel. Real-world tests have shown that the use of the TVS system can result in an average annual recovery of saleable fuel of as much as 40,800 litres for a site that sells 16 million litres annually. The overall effect of the TVS is the prevention of vapour emissions into the atmosphere, resulting in increased protection of the environment and the well-being of the surrounding community. www.opwtvs.com